This 200 megapixel camera looks more like the Galaxy S23 Ultra

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TL;DR

  • Another source has now claimed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a 200MP camera.
  • This comes after two sources made the claim earlier this year.

We got our first obvious look at the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra earlier this week thanks to leaked renders, but we’ve also seen plenty of leaks related to the phone’s specs. One claim that has surfaced a couple of times is that the Ultra model will have a 200MP camera, and another source has now made that claim.

Dutch socket Galaxy Club has now claimed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will indeed have a 200-megapixel main camera, citing “information that has reached us”. However, there was no information on the specific sensor used.

The outlet’s claim comes after the social media tipster ice universe and a Korean news website previously claimed that the phone would have a 200MP sensor. So it definitely seems like evidence of this camera upgrade is growing.

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However, Samsung wouldn’t be the first company to offer a 200-megapixel smartphone, as Motorola previously launched the X30 Pro in China and the Edge 30 Ultra in global markets. We tried the Edge 30 Ultra and found the 200MP camera to be quite disappointing even in broad daylight, let alone at night. So we’re definitely hoping that Samsung’s 200MP camera and accompanying software will produce much better results.

Otherwise, the S23 Ultra is a tip to offer a similar camera system as the S22 Ultra. That means an ultra-wide lens, a 3x telephoto camera, and a 10x periscope shooter. But we’ll just have to wait and see more details.

https://www.androidauthority.com/samsung-galaxy-s23-ultra-200mp-3214576/ This 200 megapixel camera looks more like the Galaxy S23 Ultra

Chris Barrese

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